Inside the craft fair at Angola, the country’s largest maximum security prison.
Ending one of the longest, costliest and most bitterly partisan congressional investigations in history, the House Select Committee on Benghazi issued its final report on Tuesday, finding no new evidence of culpability or wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton in the 2012 attacks in Libya that left four Americans dead.
Last night on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," Stephen explained that he was having trouble wrapping his head around the Brexit, joking that people across the pond must not really be all that smart — it's just the accent that has had us thinking otherwise.
Minimalist design darling (and Digg favorite) MVMT have exploded in popularity. And, thanks to demand, they’ve expanded their very popular “Chrono” series. Check out the new styles today and get 10% off your order.
The Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon bridge in Hunan, China is set to be the longest glass bridge in the world. Intrinsic to it being glass, people have been nervous about it and developers want to prove its safety.
Although the technique can only be used to steal a limited amount of data, it’s sufficient to siphon encryption keys and lists of usernames and passwords, as well as small amounts of keylogging histories and documents, from more than two dozen feet away.
On the subtle sexism of men who praise experiences over stuff.
It's a classic tale: girl loses phone, boy finds phone, internet loses its mind.
While lighting is unquestionably better than it’s ever been, ironically, two pieces of relatively new lighting technology actually seem to be making things worse, visibility-wise, partially because they’re too good.
When doctors in rural Italy began to see a surge in cancer cases, they were baffled. Then they made the link with industrial waste being dumped by local crime syndicates.
The Icelandic national team pulled off a historic upset on Monday, defeating England and advancing to the quarterfinals of Euro 2016. After their victory, the players saluted with their fans with an awesome (and fearsome) celebration.
If you smoke Morley Cigarettes, drink Heisler Beer, or browse the internet with Finder-Spyder, there's a good chance you are in a movie.
Hall of Fame coach Pat Summitt, a pioneer of women's college basketball who guided the Tennessee Volunteers to eight national titles in her 38 seasons at the university, died Tuesday morning. She was 64.
Exactly 17 years after landing his first 900 (and the first ever in the history of competitive skateboarding) Tony dropped in again to give it another go.
This weekend is a big one, folks. Do you have everything you need for a fully optimized Chill And Grill hang?
Aubrey sat down with Conan last night to plug her newest film. She recounted a tough time on set that opened her eyes to where some of her strangeness comes from.
Starting in 2017, the pedal-powered bars will be banned from its city center, following numerous complaints and a 6,000-signature petition signed by annoyed locals.
Today, “bone cities” are more likely to conjure visions of Europe’s haunting, skeleton-filled ossuaries than anything remotely futuristic. But they might just be a feasible solution to building taller, stronger, and more carbon-friendly structures.
You don’t need a multi-tool with 20 gadgets you’ll never use. This EDC tool has a streamlined design with just the basics, including your keys.
"Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" is celebrating a birthday as well. Two years ago, the game hit the App Store and went on to become a viral hit. Its gameplay, which hinges on amassing the money, clothes, and notoriety that would make you a celebrity in the Kardashians’ world, was and still is addictive.
To provide some backstory to the upcoming "Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them," today JK Rowling released a lengthy short story on the Hogwarts of America: The Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
With worldwide supply of helium running low, scientists announce they've discovered a large helium field in Tanzania.
Hovering with your helicopter rotors feet from live electrical lines while dousing powerline insulators with water — what could go wrong!?
A new generation of Sugpiaq/Alutiiq artists are rebooting the culture's artistic tradition on Kodiak Island.
Forget bold stripes mule flats — could the next big fad be super-old wheat?
A native of Frederick, Okla., Ryan's fiery ways made him arguably the most popular coach with fans in Eagles history.
Well, this is odd. To catch the whole thing, you'll have to click on the Vine link but, we promise, it’s worth it.
Volkswagen has agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle claims stemming from its diesel emissions cheating scandal, in what would be one of the largest consumer class-action settlements ever in the United States.
Unless you are a millennial. Then you’re only watching an enormous amount of TV every day.
How the colossal, bloody, intoxicating series became symbolic of America in 2016.
If you're South Korean app designer and longboarder extraordinaire Ko Hyojoo and you need to show off a new outfit, there's only one true way to get the job done.
A look at the punk band’s cultural impact, 30 years after its last live show.
The true cost of 'Clash of Clans' isn’t virtual gold but wasted time. Good riddance.
The end of the International Space Station may not be the end after all.
The European Union will not hold informal talks with the UK until it triggers Article 50 to leave, Germany, France and Italy insist.
Upstart perfume makers are ditching all that lust.
She was one-half of porn’s power couple before she accused her ex-boyfriend James Deen of rape. Now she’s trying to fix the industry from the inside.
The team behind a scheme to relocate South African rhinos to Australia isn't backing down after criticisms that removing the rhinos is unnatural.
As seas rise and glaciers melt, the world's borders are transforming.
It’s hard to imagine, these days, selling a product by calling it synthetic, but the vaping market just might be the perfect place to sell something artificial.